The History Of Human Hair Grade
The hair grading system was created by some hair extension suppliers in the early 2010s as a way to determine the quality of hair sold to buyers and to set their companies apart from those that might have been selling lower-quality hair.
But there is no formal regulation for the hair grading system, many hair companies are not honest about hair quality. For instance, they may use top hair grades to sell you low-quality hair for a high price. It means it is difficult for you to ascertain whether the hair is actually as high quality as advertised until you get it into your hands.
In order to get the highest quality hair at an affordable price, you must learn about the different grades of hair extensions to avoid confusion and save some money in the long run.
Before being aware of the different grades of hair extensions, let’s quickly go over the most important hair extension types.
The Types Of Hair Extensions
There is 100% virgin hair, Remy hair, 100% human hair, and synthetic hair.
1. 100% Virgin Hair
It is the most expensive hair you can buy on the market, and it has the highest quality. It is human hair with all the cuticles going in the same direction which hasn’t gone through any chemical or mechanical processing.
2. Remy Hair
In fact, remy hair is also 100% human hair with all the cuticles going in the same direction. It is also of high quality that will last you for a long time. But it is chemically or mechanically processed.
3. 100% Human Hair
100% human hair has been stripped of its cuticles and might be chemically processed. Besides, it will not last as long as 100% virgin or Remy hair.
4. Synthetic Hair
Synthetic hair is completely synthetic and often be considered low-quality hair that won’t last for a long time.